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President Obama says the Syrian regime is more interested in holding on to power than in the welfare of its people. Funny, I think the same thing about Obama and the Democrats.

To those who think people on Social Security are relying on so-called big-daddy government instead of taking responsibility for themselves: The Social Security benefits are the property of the people, not the government.

Charter schools will get big bucks to construct schools, thanks to the Legislature. I predict salaries for the leaders of these schools will be going up.

In a blatant attempt to please Florida voters, President Obama has appointed a former Florida Gators quarterback to be head of the IRS. What? Danny Werfel — not Wuerffel. Never mind.

Our military is neither war hawks nor doves. Give us a mission, and expect a solution. Americans deserve the same from elected leaders empowered to transfer our sacrifices to all Americans.

If Sen. Marco Rubio would work to help Floridians just half the amount of time he spends appearing on Fox News, we would have the busiest senator in the nation.

George Bush should be relieved now that President Obama is blaming Rush Limbaugh for his failed regime. Obama has become a world-class whining embarrassment

It's amazing how Congress can do absolutely nothing for more than two years, but now lawmakers want to spend all of their time holding investigations into dubious scandals. It's time to for them to work for the people.

Who is well-regulating the militias to which gun-toters mythically think they belong?

Corporations should pay taxes, or we taxpayers will pay for the loss of revenue. Corporations can't keep passing their taxes to consumers; consumers won't buy if the prices are too high.

Why would anyone in the Obama administration monitor the phone calls of Associated Press reporters? It's like spying on your lover.

If Benghazi is a political circus, then Barack Obama is the ringmaster and Hillary Clinton is one of the clowns.

Tim Tebow isn't being blackballed. He just doesn't have the arm or accuracy to make it in the NFL.

So Gov. Rick Scott and the Legislature passed on the $51 billion from the feds for health care. Brilliant. Floridians will just love making the payments for our neighbors' Cadillac plans.

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